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Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPU by AMD Review

The Ryzen Threadripper 1950X is a desktop CPU with 16 cores, 32 threads, 3.4 GHz base clock and 3.7 GHz turbo clock. Let's see how fast it is.

Sempron vs. Celeron D

Learn the main differences between Sempron from AMD and Celeron D from Intel, two processors targeted to the entry-level market.

Celeron, Pentium Dual Core and Athlon X2: Which One is the Best USD 70...

A round-up review comparing the performance of Celeron E1400, Pentium Dual Core E2180 and Athlon X2 4600+. Which one is the fastest USD 70 CPU? Check it out!

NVIDIA Tesla Technology

Everything you need to know about Tesla, a series of “video cards” from NVIDIA that are used to process regular programs and not video under a concept called GPGPU.

The New 64-Bit Pentium 4 Processor

Learn about the main features of the new 64-bit Pentium 4 processors (6 series) that were just released.

Pentium 4 Thermal Throttle

What is the Thermal Throttling feature? Learn how to check if your processor is overheating using this feature.

How to Correctly Assemble PCs with Pentium 4 Prescott

Pentium 4 with Prescott core has new specs for cooling, case and power supply. A lot of people is assembling PCs using "old" products with their new Pentium 4 and the PC is overheating, slowing down or the power supply is simply burning.

Activating the Hyper-Threading Technology

See how to enable the HyperThreading technology on your PC.

A10-7800 CPU Review

We tested the A10-7800, a quad-core socket FM2+ processor from AMD with a Radeon R7 integrated GPU, codenamed Kaveri. Check it out!

Maximum CPU Temperature

Learn what is the maximum temperature your CPU can reach without burning and how to measure your CPU current temperature.